The carrier expects its new lie-flat seats to debut in the market on new Airbus A321 jets beginning in the second quarter of 2014 on the two most popular non-stop routes in the United States – New York to Los Angeles and New York to San Francisco.

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The aircraft is the first Boeing 787 delivered to ILFC and its lessee, Norwegian Air Shuttle, which will operate the aircraft. The 787 also is the 700th aircraft that Boeing has delivered to ILFC.

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In its 2013-2014 winter schedule Airberlin is increasing the frequency of flights on its routes from New York to Berlin and Dusseldorf and from Miami and Fort Myers to Dusseldorf.

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AeroMexico has revealed it will take delivery of its first Boeing 787-8 Dreamliner in the first half of August, becoming the first Mexican carrier to operate the Boeing 787. The carrier says it will start using its first Boeing 787-8 Dreamliner to operate commercial services in October.

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Delta Air Lines, the Port Authority of New York & New Jersey and JFK International Air Terminal LLC have opened Delta’s new Terminal 4 Concourse B expansion at New York JFK.

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LOT Polish Airlines, the first European carrier to operate the Boeing 787, is introducing a new premium economy class on its Dreamliner flights. The carrier is offering introductory round-trip fares in the ‘Premium Club’ cabins of its Boeing 787-8 jets.

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Under receiving the required government approvals for the agreement, JetBlue will place its ‘B6’ flight code on all flights currently operated by Emirates between the U.S. and Dubai International Airport, as well as between New York JFK and Milan Malpensa Airport in Italy.

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From Toussaint Louverture International Airport, which serves Port-au-Prince, JetBlue Airways plans to offer one daily non-stop flight to New York JFK and two daily flights to Fort Lauderdale Hollywood International Airport from December 5, subject to receipt of government operating authority.

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Etihad Airways will bring greater capacity to its daily flights between Abu Dhabi and New York JFK from June 1 by replacing an Airbus A340-500 on the route with a Wi-Fi-enabled Boeing 777-300ER. The three-class Boeing 777-300ER will offer a total of 328 seats daily, a 36.6 per cent increase in capacity compared with the A340-500.

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The new route, which will represent the airline’s only transatlantic service, will provide an important connection between the U.S. and Europe and will allow Emirates to capitalize on the significant traffic flow between these cities, according to the airline.

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United Airlines has introduced on to its transcontinental ‘p.s.’ premium service the service’s first aircraft featuring a revamped and enlarged premium cabin, which is fitted with flat-bed-seats.

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Assuming the two airlines receive government approval for their codeshare agreement, tickets featuring a Qatar Airways flight number will soon be available for sale for JetBlue-operated connections in 26 markets between New York JFK and Washington Dulles International Airport.

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Delta Air Lines is increasing its schedule at Los Angeles International Airport, by offering daily additional year-round and seasonal service to 14 destinations, including eight new markets. The additional service will give Delta Air Lines 12 per cent more daily seats from LAX.

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If its application is approved, Delta Air Lines would begin second daily São Paulo flights to both Atlanta and New York JFK this year.

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Delta Air Lines is adding new elements to its U.S. transcontinental service, offering customers traveling between New York JFK and Los Angeles, San Francisco and Seattle more in-flight dining and entertainment options.

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Subject to receipt of government approval, flights operated by JetBlue and featuring the Aer Lingus ‘EI’ flight code will soon be available for sale, connecting the Irish carrier’s transatlantic flights with 29 JetBlue Airways destinations in North America.

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This new, $175 million project is additional to Delta Air Lines’ previously announced, $1.2 billion, Concourse B development at JFK’s Terminal 4, which is set to open in May. The new project will add 11 more gates and 75,000 square feet to Terminal 4’s Concourse B.

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Air China is increasing service frequency on its non-stop New York JFK-Beijing service from 7 to 11 round-trips a week on March 31. At the same time, Air China is switching to Boeing 777-300ERs to operate the route, from Boeing 747-400s.

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As part of its new “Transformation Plan” to reduce operating costs and increase revenues, Iberia plans to optimize its route network in 2013. The route network changes mean that this summer Iberia will introduce more capacity to the U.S cities it serves from Madrid.

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